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in the middle east. >>> this is free solo climbing or scaling a mountain without a rope. to us non-climbers, the best free soloist in the world will tell us what it's like to climb a mountain with nothing but your bear hands and chalk. welcome to "consider this." new jersey governor chris christie with an historic win in a big blue state. and in virginia agency race it was a suspenseful night with a race between a democrat and a conservative republican. it's where tea partyers got top billing. we'll take a sneak peek of staying power tha , and the seismic shift to the left. i'm joined which jeff warren, and bill snyder, professor at george washington university. they're both in our washington, d.c. studios, and here in studio with me is tom doherty, former senior adviser to george pataki. bill, let's start with you. chris christie, a big win. but when you look at the exit polls in a hypothetical match up to hillary clinton he would lose in his own state. >> it tells us that new jersey is still a blue state, and hillary clinton is still a very popular figure there. look, christie wo
, quote, generally recognized as safe. and it announced it's taking steps to eliminate them from the u.s. food supply. foods with trans fat include, french fries, frozen pizzas, cookies, microwave popcorn, just to name a few. the fda says, banning trans fats would save thousands of lives every single year. joining us now from the cnn center, chief medical correspondent, elizabeth cohen. why is the fda taking this action now? >> a lot of people are asking, why didn't they take this action a long time ago? it's been about ten years since consumer advocates petitioned the fda to get these trans fats out of foods. well, ten years later, they're finally doing it. they say if they do take this action -- today's the first step -- if this action does continue, they say they could prevent 20,000 heart attacks a year in the united states and 7,000 deaths. and that's why people have been urging the fda to take this step for so long. now, as you noted, trans fats are in some of the foods that you just mentioned, some cookies have them, some cookies don't, some pizzas have them, some pizazz don't. al
>>> hello. welcome to "worldwide exchange." i'm ross westgate. the headlines today, u.s. treasury secretary jack lew tells cnbc he needs to see more specifics on china's economic blueprint and that market reforms must further. >>> jobless data in 30 minutes, will they underline an improving employment picture for the uk and prompt the bank of england to signal an earlier core inflation report? >>> the russians are drinking less, according to carlsberg. shares fall as the brewing giant lowers forecasts after missing expectations in the third quarter. >>> and the ceo tells cnbc he sees smoother sailing next year. shares up boosted by the forecast beating revenue figures. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange," bringing you business news from around the globe. all right. welcome to the program. plenty to get through today. so on today's program, as some of italy's biggest luxury brands report third quarter earnings, we'll speak exclusively with the high-endmaker moleskin. >>> the french economy is expected to show pick up in the final months of the year, we'll be joined b
on the streamline its way to renew appearance in from the lebanese supporters were attacked both israel and the us and said that israel does not want the ones to reach an agreement with iran over its nuclear ambitions because israel wants a war speaking to cheering crowds in beirut nostril and that israel wants the us to occupy and destroy experience so that that you wish to dominate the region. last weekend the war powers failed to strike a deal with iran over its nuclear program a program that the west believes is aimed at building nuclear weapons israel has remained adamant that it will take whatever action necessary to prevent iran from obtaining an atomic bomb as i . i am the owner can use on him more. it eu israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu his report to be willing to consider an interim agreements with their own rights to speak to the pre program but only if tehran agrees to a complete halt to all you ring in enrichment for want of a topless in exchange israel was doing the international community including two waves of the sanctions. he'll fly is unlikely to be taken seriously in
laughlin.com and leave a comment yourself. issue two, cyber warriors unite. >> it's invaluable to us to know where countries are coming from, what their policies are, how that would impact us across a whole range of issues. so, it isn't just leaders themselves, it's what goes on around them and the policies that they convey to their governments. >> james is the director of national intelligence. aka, the u.s. ace spy men. he confirmed this week to a house committee, the u.s. does in fact spy on foes. and friends alike. director believes that such spying 101 should be obvious to all. >> some of this reminds me a lot of the classic movie, casablanca. there's gambling going on here. it's the same thing. >> i'm shocked to find gambling is going on in here. >> thank you very much. >> well, not everyone agrees that espionage is expected. like some of our allies that we spy on, europe reacted officially with visible irritation to report that 35 foreign leaders were being monitored by the u.s. including german chancellor,, now viewed as the most powerful woman in the world. madame merkel was furious
and joins us now. it's fascinating on your reporting in this. how serious were they looking into having hillary clinton be the vice president? >> it was serious, not that it was intentionally polled and focused grouped. campaigns don't spend the money on focusing and polling groups unless they are seriously exploring something. it was only known but about a half dozen of the top obama senior advisors, people like david axlerod and most notably the chief of staff william daley, then chief of staff who became close to joe biden. they are similar age, similar background. >> similar background. you talked to him? >> i talked to him on the phone and he confirmed saying he thought it was his due diligence as chief of staff to at least explore the possibility what hillary clinton would mean for obama in 2012. they concluded she wouldn't add a substantial effect, she would help but not enough to dump biden. >> she might have given a little bump but not a big enough to justify the whole -- >> that was their conclusion at the end of 2011, correct. >> there is also in the book details about the re
you, my friend. >>> that is all the time i have for you today. thank you so much for being with us. "around the world" starts right now. >>> hundreds of passengers and crew members scram babling to get to safety after smoke fills the cabin on board their plane. paramedics treated people at the scene, on the tarmac in montreal. all the details on that scary moment in a live report coming up. >>> then they criticized the u.s. for spying on world leaders, but it turns out brazil was doing the same thing. plus, we're learning more about the new jersey mall shooter. we'll hear from someone who was inside the mall during his shooting spree. hello, everyone. i'm in for suzanne malveaux. >>> today is election day across the united states. some very key races we're going to be looking at in many states and cities around the country. voters are casting ballots to pick mayors and governors and also decide some pretty important ballot initiatives. now, as i mentioned, some key races are taking place. they could offer clues to the presidential contest in 2016 and also the next congressional ele
, nicole. connell: 82,000 is capacity at metlife stadium as a use that illustration to talk about obamacare and this fiasco. the numbers that are out show you can only 40,000-50,000 people have actually enrolled as of last week. well below the administration target, which was 500,000 people. dagen: half a million people. steve forbes here to make sense of all of this. chairman of forbes media. ready to weigh in. do these numbers surprise you, steve, at all? >> no. even those numbers are slightly exaggerated. the reports that it is the equivalent if you put your policy in effect in the card but you haven't bought it, they're counting it as a sale and the private sector cannot do that. so even those numbers are exaggerated and that is why the administration is going to have a big push to expand medicare as a way of getting around the exchange snafu. connell: no way they're getting toward the 7 million this spring. >> they're going to have to do something. the way they're going to do it is medicare. those that have not signed up for expanding medicare are being inhumane by not doing it, so the
on and ratifying that it puts us in the addition to get the world to move in the direction so that tammy will be ablemark to travel anywhere and have a greater likelihood that they have the access to fulfill their god-given potential whether it is in a job, business, advocacy and they will be able to achieve. american businesses who already lead the world in terms of accessibility standards, that will be the standard that others adopt so that the football player from rutgers who has this able tolchair will be travel other places and will likely be having the other access. that is why the ratification of the treaty expands our reach and advocacy not simply by reflection of looking at with the united states does but its advocates. it's a very good question that has been raised and it deserves a full answer. >> chairman, could i offer a few -- cardin and we will get you to work it in. .- senator cardin >> i will try to leave you time. from the written statement which i think is a very appropriate. you should not be so proud to think that we could not learn from other countries about how to
is just beginning to reveal itself as thousands are feared dead. and u.s. relief efforts are under way. >>> we honor and thank the members of the military and their families. >>> good news for your wallet as stocks and home values rise. while gas prices continue to drop. >>> and the bizarre, as miley sparks up in amsterdam. this deer may have better days ahead. and incognito reveals his side of the bullying saga. "first look" begins right now. good morning. devastation in the philippines. right now, there is a humanitarian crisis of gigantic proportions, with thousands feared dead. nbc's ian williams joins us live from manila with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: we're still trying to get together the precise information about what happened down there. we do know that the devastation has been widespread. but rescue workers are still trying to get to some of the more isolated communities, where communication is still down. where roads are blocked. they have reached a major city on the coast that was battered when the typhoon came ashore. the local authorities estimate that perhaps
happening one day if the u.s. >> rene, thank you so much. cnn newsroom with wolf blitzer starts right now. >> see you tomorrow. >>> right now, they're digging through the rubble in the philippines looking for victims of the deadly super typhoon. as many as 10,000 people could be dead, hundreds of thousands without shelter or food. right now, u.s. marines are in tacloban. their priority is to get to the airport there running 24 hours a day. that could make all the difference in the world to the relief efforts. and right now, americans everywhere remember the men and the women who be or have served in the united states military. today the president continued a veterans day tradition by laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns at arlington national cemetery. >>> hello, i'm wolf blitzer reporting today from washington. here's the latest on the killer typhoon that has devastated so much of the philippines. the president threw has declared a state of national calamity. families and rescuers are digging through debris of thousand of homes searching for as many as 10,000 bodies. aid is coming
of u.s. electricity generation based on 2012 figures. renewable makes up about 12% of our electricity, nuclear 19%, natural gas 30%, and coal about 37%. and then of course we've all heard the stories about production in the united states. here's one from reuters that came out the beginning of october. then the "wall street journal" had a similar story about the united states overtaking russia. and they had this chart in their paper recently. take a look at where it's been and where it's going. claire mor, oklahoma, caller: thank you for c-span and thank you for taking my call. my comment is i believe we need a lot more solar focus. host: why is that? caller: well, although i'm a chemical engineer and i make my living and livelyhood in the petroleum and chemical industry, just for several reasons. ing out the fact that -- host: sir what do you do in claire more? caller: i'm a chemical engineer. host: for what company? caller: for a consulting, engineering consulting. host: where is clairemore, oklahoma? guest: just north of tulsa. host: we're focusing on cushing. are you familiar with
'm elisabeth hasselbeck. 10,000 people are feared dead after a typhoon in the philippines. -l this morning u.s. troops are on the ground henning piece together the damage. where is the storm headed next? stay here for details. >> days after a second-term winner, new jersey governor chris christie goes on an all-out media blitz slamming the obamacare debacle. >> anybody who has run anything in their lives could see this coming a mile away. >> more on the jersey governor's advice for the white house. like they'll listen. >> miley cyrus sparking more controversy at another awards show. >> you know, i couldn't put this award in my bag, but i did find this. so thank you guys very much. >> how her latest performance goes up in smoke. "fox & friends," new week, special day starts now. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> what a treat on this veterans day morning. you're waking up to the hell cats. it's an ensemble of buglers and drummers from the west point band. >> some of our favorite people from one of our favorite places on one of our favorite dates, to honor those who served this great nation. >> the official nat
before we had it. we were paying for it as well. >> if we are going to use everyone as a corporation, would it be mika, joe, barnacle, willie? i don't know. long-term? you are basically a terrible person. you can leave now. >> what about that shot? are you kidding me? >> it's time for "morning joe." >> now it's time for t"the dail rundown" with chuck todd. >> no end in sight. a report obtained by nbc news reveals a plan to keep troops in afghanistan for at least years and perhaps longer. it's not the only foreign front that gets lot of in washington's whacka mole health care whirl wind. an amazing eyewitness account from inside the dallas school book depository. a man who was there and may have bumped into lee harvey oswald himself. >> landing in arizona, chris christie takes the republican reign. we will talk to north carolina governor at the center of a voting rights fight in his state. good morning from washington. it's wednesday, november 20th. this is "the daily rundown." the latest on the tragic situation in virginia and congressman tray radell. let's get to th
's known as the nuclear option. >> what does it mean? it would change a very important rule in the u.s. senate and allow just a simple majority, 51 votes to overcome a filibuster. reid says the change is needed to keep the senate from becoming obsolete. >> but republicans say, it's a bunch of pointless drama. chief congressional correspondent dana bash is on capitol hill with the details. drama or necessary? >> reporter: it depends who you ask, how's that a dodge to the question? this is something that has been boiling for some time. when you look at the to-ing and fro-ing and the partisanship and tension about filibusters, blocking a president's nom fine. since it's a democratic president, the the republicans and minority able to use their power of the philly buster to block the president's nominees. there's no question that when george bush was in the white house and democrats were in the minority here in the senate, they did the same thing. you can argue about the statistics and number of times but certainly the tool is something that both parties have used. but at this point, the d
't respect that. u.s. forced to pick a side. >>> the politics lead. brand new polls giving us a snapshot of 2016. you may not be shocked to learn who's in the lead but the runners-up is where it gets interesting. >>> and the buried lead. it's been nearly 50 years since j.d. salinger last published anything but now the stories he kept locked away are suddenly out there for all to read. welcome to "the lead." i'm jim acosta filling in for jake tapper. we begin with the world lead. it's a turf war high above the east china sea. china has just sent its first patrol of fighter jets over an air defense zone the country is claiming above a disputed set of islands, islands that japan say belongs to it. the friction has tempers flaring around the globe. i want to bring in barbara starr at the pentagon. the u.s. is not sitting on the sidelines in this standoff. they have already sent two unarmed b-52 bombers through this disputed air zone. what does this latest power grab, if you want to call it that, by china mean for american security? >> reporter: well, the u.s. is taking sides in this, now sen
could he be right again this time? adam: cash crunch at the u.s. post office, we know money is tight, but how bad are things today? we will ask the man in charge. postmaster general and ceo of the u.s. postal service joins us in an interview you will only see here on fox business. lori: it is a basketball court, no, a soccer field? an up close look at state-of-the-art stadium and big bucks behind stores, sports arenas all across the country. adam: we are seeing some solid gains on wall street, are we getting some moment, with what is happening tomorrow with twitter? nicole: that stadium looks cool. the stock market looks pretty good. we are waiting on twitter. the dow jones industrials up 97 points at the moment up more than a half of 1%. as we hit new record all-time highs. right now down, tech heavy nasdaq down and the s&p 500-1767, a gain of one quarter of 1%. the momentum remains to the upside. tomorrow we are hearing a lot of momentum. i don't want to miss it, talk about it. 4.5%, $179 per share even now. it really is a standout as far as retailers. abercrombie and fitc
there, he got an earful from both sides. nbc tracie potts joins us live from washington with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we learned the white house is rolling out more money for people who don't have health insurance so they can see a doctor so she can sign up for a plan had that web citsi website working. today the white house is announcing $150 million in grants to community health centers to treat more than 1 million new patients. it's part of the health law president obama says has him frustrated because the website to buy insurance isn't working properly. >> this is like having a really good product in a store and the cash registers don't work and there aren't enough parking spots and nobody can get through the door. >> reporter: he chided texas for not having the law. >> they are leaving a million people without health insurance that they could immediately fix. >> people's lives depend on this. >> reporter: on chill health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius was grilled about whether americans can keep their existing health plans. >> is it true or is
is a veteran. >> thanks for joining us. america's news headquarters begins right now. >> fox news alert. the philippines is a shattered nation in desperate need for relief. the region is a wasteland, the u.s. military delivering cargo planes loaded with foods and water and generators. survivors describing a 20 foot storm surge wiping everything away. nonly thing that is left is my clothes and child. >> i no longer have a home or money or anything left. >> and these latest images reveal the huge scale of destruction. the bridges and airport was destroyed. here in the u.s. family and friends with loved ones there are anxious to learn of their fate. >> you can imagine the people who are there. they are poor people. >> we think based on their location that they should have been able to make it through the storm, but the aftermath is also a big risk and really until, we can't rest until we hear positive confirmation that they areoc. >> i think you know, prayers and faith. people remain in spite the fact. >> and american aid groups launching major relief campaigns and america is sending food
, but not bomb making. the stockpile beyond that level will be diluted or converted so it cannot be used for weapons purposes. they will agree to nuclear inspections including daily visits to some facilities. in exchange, the u.s. agreed to provide $7 billion in sanctions relief. last night, president obama hailed the agreement as a step toward a world that is more secure. >> these are substantial limitations which will help prevent iran from building a nuclear weapon. simply put, they cut off iran's most likely paths to a bomb. meanwhile, this first step will create time and space over six months for more negotiations to fully address the comprehensive concerns about the iranian program. because of this agreement, iran cannot use negotiations as cover to advance its program. >> secretary of state, john kerry who flew to geneva praised the deal, admitting it's just a first step. >> the next phase, let me be clear, will be even more difficult and we need to be honest about it. it will also be more consequential. while we obviously have profound differences with iran, yet to be resolved, t
that we are in the midst of significant budget battles and dysfunctions one might say, and for those of us who watched defense we are particularly the implications of that for u.s. defense strategy and planning. i'm wondering how you would describe the cuts in defense in canada. i don't think you have quite the political environment we do right now but surely you must have the same sense of general interest in how canada plans to go forward and again strategically where canada wants to be in terms of its role in the world and how to underwrite that with military capability. i would love to hear a little bit about the efforts underway in canada including your own defense reform initiative. that looks to cut inefficiencies to free up some funds. >> good for you you've got the name right. the defense renewal team has worked a year. one of the first tasks in taking on this position was the direction to maintain everyone and the numbers that i have in the regular force and the reserve forces, all of the capacities and capabilities that we have got right now but find a billion dollars and five t
is u.s. supreme court heard oral argument in questioning the constitutional treaty parties. the case bond versus the u.s. involves government's prosecution in that pennsylvania woman under federal a federal law designed to ban chemical weapons. the woman was found spreading toxic chemicals on her friends personal property. the underlying issue in the case is the question of when the federal government may intrude on powers traditionally given to the states. in this case police powers. here is the oral argument to that case. >> we with her arguments in case 12 .158 bond versus united states. mr. clement. >> mr. chief justice and may it please the court. if the statute at issue here really does reach every malicious use of chemicals anywhere in the nation as the government insists it clearly exceeds congress's limit -- limited and enumerated powers. this court cases that may clear the bedrock of our system that congress backs the general police power to criminalize conduct without regard to jurisdictional element or some nexus to a matter of deceptive federal concern. the pre
is overwhelming. an international effort is now gearing up now to help the philippines. u.s. defense secretary chuck hagel says they have made available helicopters, aircraft and search equipment to help the relief effort. typhoon haiyan is now bearing down on vietnam. a massive operation to evacuate the coast there is now under way. the typhoon is likely to make landfall in central vietnam near the city of da nang. and we do understand now there are reports that perhaps another typhoon is heading towards the philippines, and that could, of course, hurt the effort to help the people there. back to you, shannon. >> absolutely. david, thank you very much. >>> iran gives practically nothing and it gets a hell of a lot. that's not a good deal. i hope, i can only express my wish, that the p5 plus 1 uses the time to get a good deal that takes away iran's nuclear military capability. >> israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, who has lobbied against a deal with iran from the beginning. three days of talks and still no deal on cushing iran's nuclear capabilities, but secretary of state john kerry s
's the scene police found this morning. the story they're piecing together is even more shocking. >>> as the u.s. tries to close a nuclear deal with iran, a split with israel goes very public. i will speak with the president's national security advisor, susan rice. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> this coming into "the situation room." george zimmerman free on $9,000 bail. this is george zimmerman leaving the correctional facility in seminole county, florida, onl a few minutes ago. zimmman peared in court four nter bng acquitted in the killing of trayvon martin. now he's facing a charge of felony aggravated assault on this woman, his girlfriend, samantha scheibe, seen here in facebook photos. she told police zimmerman pointed a shotgun at her, prompting her to call 911. cnn senior legal analyst jeffrey toobin is standing by. let's go straight to alina machado in sanford, florida. what's the latest on george zimmerman? >> reporter: well, as you mentioned, george zimmerman is free on bond tonight. we want to again show you that video of him leaving the correctional facility h
't happen. >> well, some of the young people are in studio with us tonight. trying to figure out how they feel about how the economy is going and what the future holds. we have governmentered republicans, democrats, libertarians, folks of different stripes. we wanted their feel for what the future holds. >> you lean right. what do you see when you hear stats like that about how the premiums are going to be for young people and the national debt is piling up despite promises we heard from both sides of the aisle as recently as five years ago. >> it's alarming to think we were so easily lied to. and that my generation believes the lies and bought into the promises. now we are really reaping the negative consequences of that. i would like to see my generation step up and realize what we are being told and that we would go deeper to see what the promises meant back when they were told to us. >> whether they were true at the tile. jeremy epstein, you are a democrat. respond to the comment about lies. you believe your generation was lied to by the politicians. >> well, i don't know about l
department removing the last major barrier to the proposed merger between american airlines and us airways. so what was this huge stumbling block could now become a steppingstone. today the government announcing that settlement in its lawsuit to block the merger, so what does it get in return? well, the merged airline says it will promise to reduce the number of flights it operates out of key airports like washington's reagan national and new york's laguardia. shares of american airlines, we do see it higher, it's amr as you see, and we have it up about $2.43, that's a 25% gain. lcc for low cost carrier up about a half a percent. joined live by bob crandall, a guy who knows the airline industry inside and out. he's the former president and chairman of american airlines. we'll get his take on today's announcement. talk about the airlines and if he thinks they're a good bet. it's a fox business exclusive. and in technology news apple's ipad mini with retina display went on sale today, apple had previously said it would go on sale this month. didn't give a specific date, but now it's out ther
christie last night? why you looking directly into our souls? it's okay, chris, you had us at hello. >>> for all of you shrugging at the fact we're already talking 20 16, i think you better get used to it. and let's face, it a chris christie presidential run would be a lot of fun. we'll catch you up on all the chatter surrounding the popular new jersey governor. here's a hinted -- not everyone is happy about it. >>> also while you catch up on us and on twitter, today's the day you can actually own a piece of the company. we'll look at whether it's a good investment on the day it goes public. >>> and the worst hit-and-run you've probably ever seen. we can show you because no one got hurt except probably someone's pride. this is "way too early." >>> good morning. brian shactman. we really need to start the story surrounding the miami dolphins because it's what everyone seems to be talking about. it's transcending sports. as the bullying case involving two players unfolds, the general manager of the team reportedly offered one way jonathan martin could have handled the situation -- pun
entertained by the only person who mattered or most of us back to halloween. that's david plouffe. interesting talk and remember, piers, at the time, in the late fall of 2011, there was a lot of talk about well, what if he switched out joe biden for hillary clinton? >> what about the relationship between barack obama and bill clinton? it seems from this book extremely testy but mainly from the president eastside, almost like he couldn't bear to spend too much time with president clinton, which seemed bizarre to me. >> no, remember their history. remember when hillary clinton ran against bill clinton -- i'm sorry, ran against barack obama in a primary season. he took on barack obama, the obama campaign which i was covering at the time was severely offended by the former president, sort of suggesting they thought that the president -- that president obama then candidate obama wasn't up to the job. not surprising their relationship was gone like this. i thought one of the really interesting things that caused tension in the early parts of the campaign actually happened on your show when bill clin
>> greed is good. >> stevepenally.com. he's going to stick around with us in our after show show. >> foxandfriends.com. >> paint a giant rick's head. >> that's what i'm working on. >>> no deal to try to stop iran from building a possible nuclear bomb. after three days of marathon talks with iran on its disputed nuclear program, the negotiated ended early this morning without an agreement, and even though iran denies it wants a bomb, the proposed deal does not order iran from stopping uranium enrichment completely but only suspend it for six months, and no agreement on plutonium in richment. the french foreign minister was holding fast, saying he does not want to be part of, quote, a kon game. >> there's a lot of concern on that topic, eric. we'll talk about that and much more. i'm jamie colby. despite the failure to come up with anygreement, both sides say progress made between iran and six other world powers has occurred. according to secretary kerry, time remains of the esngs. >> the window for diplomacy does not stay open indefinitely. and we will continue working to find a pe
confrontation. fighters jets take to the sky after u.s. military planes enter disputed territory. can tension be defused before the crisis escalates? >>> international nightmare. an american man arrested and jailed in dubai on shocking charges. what was his alleged crime? >>> and biden in 2016. some say the vice president is positioning himself for his own white house bid, but will he really run? wolf blitzer is off today. i'm jim sciutto. you're in "the situation room." >>> long simmering tension over disputed territory has suddenly heated up. china's military scrambled fighter jets today after u.s. and japanese planes entered an air defense zone beijing unilaterally declared just last week. it's over the east china sea in a cluster of small uninhabited islands claimed by both china and japan. cnn pentagon correspondent barbara starr is following developments for us. barbara, we had china declare the zone, u.s. planes flew through it, china warned again, u.s. planes flew through again. what's to keep this from escalatin escalating? >> reporter: right now, joe biden. the vice president is hea
of securities fraud. kate kelly will join us with the late nest a minute. >>> in the meantime, bids for blackberry are due today. there there's a tentative bid. other parties said to be vying for blackberry include serberus, qualcomm and the co founders. >>> tri-point homes is trying to buy the company for $2.7 billion. tripoint is backed for gary sternlicht. andrew, good morning. >> there's some synergy there, as they say in the merger business. also, we have some corporate buzz. "the new york times" reporting that u.s. authorities have expanded the probe into jpmorgan's hiring practices outside of china across the asian pacific. they're focusing on south korea, singapore and india. the d.o.j. was exploring other areas. we talked a little bit about this. jpmorgan is the one that actually went to the d.o.j. and started talking about these other hiring practices and now they've expanded their probe. there they are. good news, in the i.p.o. space, october was the busiest month for u.s. offerings since 2007. 33 companies raised more than 12 billion companies. >>> finally, a new cnbc as
presidential library back in april. >> thanks for coming on. to help us dissect all things obama care, we're joined by megan mccartel. how are you? >> i'm fine, thanks. >> we'll get to elections but a lot of talk about navigators and new york times reporting some states like kentucky, they've been very helpful. luke russert reporting on republicans though trying to use this sort of grass roots outreach as a potential pit fall. how important is it to have something offline to help people in states learn about what they can do under this law? >> well, i think right now it's very important. if the website isn't performing as we expected, it probably wouldn't be as important. you would still want that, especially for seniors who aren't always the tech savviest people. the issue is that the republicans are pretty fair on is that not all of the navigators seem to have been trained as much as you might like. the new york times article had a kentucky navigator telling a woman who is reluctant to sign up for medicaid, you could just sign up and use it for catastrophic expenses and pay your doctors
for "dallas morning news" joins us by phone. texas is one of the chief sources of resistance to the healthcare law. what did the president accomplish in his visit yesterday? >> the primary goal seemed to be fund-raising and he raised a large sum and we don't know the exact amount for the democratic senatorial campaign committee which will go to states other than taxes because texas democrats are not very competitive. up for reelection but the democrats don't seem to be making a run at him. i was clearly a top goal. far as pitching obamacare, it does make sense for him in a lot of ways to go to a place like are a high there number of uninsured americans, a high percentage of texans, roughly one in four who lack health care coverage. why do you go to banks? that is where the money is. it politically makes sense for him to go and take on governor rick perry directly. s resistance to expanding medicaid is one of the reasons because it's a major obstacle to clearing the road for uninsured americans. need itid no state may more than taxes. how does that play with governor rick perry? >> he was unsur
and is joining us now live. what does it look like from your vantage point? >> reporter: at the moment, in the last hour or so, it has significantly picked up pace here. i've just been talking with a storm chaser just then, he's come down and is standing close to me. he was saying the last gust we had just before we started this live was about 80 miles an hour. now, this storm is predicted to get a lot, lot stronger than this. the latest we're getting from the philippines national weather center now is gusting up to 380 kilometers. that's 235 miles an hour. now we're just at the beginning here. the storm as we know has made landfall about 400 kilometers from where i am, but is expected to move its way down towards here. we are expecting at this stage at least to get possibly a direct hit here. i don't know how much you can see behind me, but we're about one mile or so away from the waterfront. very, very windy. people have now basically hunkered down and are getting ready to ride this storm out. >> do they have precautions there? are there secure structures where you are in the philipp
, a form iran using for a medical reactor, one expert believes that iran mustclare all centrifuge manufacturing sites. >> during this interim period, they could connue making thousands of centrifuges if the deal falls aart, then they could emerge and deploy them quickly. >> repter: david albright also believes it is critical that iran addresses all unanswered questions about the nuclear web program, u.s. watch dog spect its had on one point. a pihe hop will not get lost,. lou: obama administration in full damage control mode. trying to avoidurther political damage as a result of the disastrous launch of obamacare, president apologizing to morning who lost health care plans but no apologies for lying about it. cascade of dreadful news for the administration mntaing momentum as new documents revea that healthcare.v was only able to handle 1100 users at a time according to test results a day before the launch, the shift in tacticscs and president's apology may now allow the president to abandon his search for a narrative that would explain the massive failures of his leadership. fox
that served us so well over the laes decade. >> mcauliffe became the commonwealth's 77th governor, he's the first elected governor in that state to share the same party as a sitting president in more than a generation. in deat a time tea party republican kenneth cuccinelli the state's attorney general said his razor-thin loss was a victory against president obama's affordable care act. >> tonight you sent a message to the president of the united states that you believe that virginia understands that obamacare is a failure. >> no thin margin of victory in new jersey's race for governor. incumbent republican chris christie easily cruised to victory again state senator bash ro buono. his crushing victory is widely seen as the first step of a probable presidential run in 2016. in his left-leaning state he did well with women, hispanics, african-americans and young voters, groups republicans struggle to attract. >> make no mistake. the people of this city have chosen a progressive path. >> in neighboring new york city, another landslide. this time in the form of bill de blasio who will be
voters are shrinking and the number of younger progressive voters are starting to dominate? you use redistricting to magnify the power of the more conservative whites to keep control of the congress. finally, you obstruct the power of the emerging new majority once elected to even run the government. actually, you do all three of those. welcome to the republican plan for holding power in this country long after they have receded into a minority of the population. gerrymandering and obstruction. an article chronicles all the tricks republicans are using. and a political analyst, let's start with voter suppression. ron, you and i have talked about it. it's rather shameless. it's under the tutelage of the rnc chair. they are basically saying let's make it really hard for older people to vote. let's make it really hard for black people and minorities to vote. let's make it harder for young people to vote. let's make it easier for white people who live in rural areas to vote. >> cynicism and politics have gone together for a long time. but the cynicism in this sort of an effort, and many
of what it all meant to those who lived it and to those who must wonder what it was like and why it hit us so hard and so permanently. >>> that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "all in with chris hayes" starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes and it is a historic, momentous day in the history of u.s. political system. >> the threshold for cloture on nominations, not including those of the supreme court of the united states, is now a majority. >> today for the first time in nearly 40 years, the senate changed its rules on filibusters, after a series of dramatic clashes over the last few years and repeated threats by the majority leader that always dissipated at the last moment. but today, senate majority leader harry reid and the democrats finally voted to eliminate the filibuster for executive nominees and judicial nominees other than the supreme court. majority leader reid, who had long-resisted employing this, the so-called nuclear option, explained on the senate floor today why such an extraordinary measure was necessary. >> the american people b
is too high or not? it makes us wonder going forward, what else are they going to do to screw this up. there are questions on the website whether or not our personal information is going to be released and we don't know anything, necessarily and hence, why you're seeing the democrats repeal this-- >> and the democrats are pushing for repeal of the entire law? >> you're starting to hear that them, we've got to do something, because you realize we're going into a reelection year for a lot of them. the last thing they want. and the numbers this past week that say, literally democrats are in trouble and president obama's numbers are in trouble and the demographics, women and hispanics. charles: and the version-- hispanic version. >> and why are we putting that up in they can have the engli english-- >> and the obviously ego from the white house, that supersedes everything. and said that october first, it doesn't have to be ready, but the president wanted it ready and circumvented the best ways to get there so we don't get cgi from canada. and isn't it crazy the self-imposed deadlines. the
if it meant economic catastrophe for the country. today the u.s. stock market reached the highest level in history, and the cruz wing coninjured up the most desperate pl explanation for the loss last night. there's something about any politician that refuses to back anything by the other side and never misses a chance to blame it, even when everybody on the planet sees that it's the cra crazy -- david axelrod is with us. and a senior political analyst, and also msnbc analyst. i think there's something in the character. and it may not all be the right wing. when you have a guy like cuccinelli who from the beginning looked like a problem, somewhat petty corruption around mcdonnell and to blame the people that didn't like him for what he is as the problem. can you imagine the national party supporting a guy opposed to divorce? he would be nothing but trouble if they stuck to him. >> there's one number that they should look at in the exit polling. and that is 21%. that's the margin by which terry mcauliffe beat cuccinelli in moderate voters. you can't win a national election if you're seati
find your paradise >> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. let's talk about virginia. it's women's rights, it's voting rights, it's health care. in fact, cuccinelli says this is a referendum on obama care. really? and he is scared about obama care. of course, the state opted out of it, so it's the federal exchange that scares the hell out of him. how about these numbers, 7.8 million people live in the state of virginia, over 1 million don't have insurance, roughly 14% of the population. and ken cuccinelli is afraid that the 14 percenters, they might get helped? oh, yes, we're keeping a close eye on virginia. this race could really be a big set back for the tea party. i mean, when marco rubio goes to stump for this guy and says that the country is watching you, i'll take those odds. the latest poll shows democrat terry mcauliffe beating fringe republican candidate, ken cuccinelli, by six points. the polls, of course, are going to be open until 7:00 tonight, eastern time. get out and vote. >>> cuccinelli has been a vocal opponent of obama care, and he has made
the show with. good morning. we're in washington. it is thursday, november 14th. and with us onset, we have senior political editor sam stein. >> i can't stop laughing. >> former treasury official and morning joe economic analyst steve rattner. white house correspondent for the associated press julia pace. and al hunt, met your producer last night at politico. nice guy. we started the day in politics and proez prose, you had a sold out packed house. >> they not sam stein was going to be there. >> and there were a lot of republicans there. you're drawing a republican crowd. >> this is politics and prose. usually when i tell people, use my marxist joke, they all laugh. last night, they stood up and applauded. so you're reaching out to a new republican party. >> it was amazing. there was even a republican who voted for obama who stood up proudly and said that. >> that doesn't happen so much. used to say how many republicans, how many democrats. like in 2009, shield say and how many republicans who voted for obama. and there would be like ten people applauding, be really proud of themselves for
that are shipping jobs overseas. they've even been used to block common sense and widely supported steps to protect more americans from gun violence. even as families of victims sat in the senate chamber and watched. and they prevented far too many talented americans from serving their country at a time when their country needs their talents the most. it's harmed our economy. and it's been harmful to our democracy. and it's brought us to the point where a simple majority vote no longer seems to be sufficient for anything. even routine business. through what is supposed to be the world's greatest deliberative body. i realize that neither party has been blameless. for these tactics. they have developed over years and it seems as if they have continually escalated. but today's pattern of obstruction, it just isn't normal. it's not what our founders envisioned. a deliberate and determined effort to obstruct everything, no matter what the merits, just to refight the results of an election is not normal and for the sake of future generations we can't let it become normal. so i support the step a majority
know ahead of time is exactly where. we recently learned that the administration has used similar logic to justify the collection of records related to every financial transfer that americans make. the government collects and stores these records and then accesses them based on criteria it established with the fisc, a standard adopted in secret and unrelated to anything debated or voted on by congress. a standard that was adopted in secret and unrelated to anything debated or voted on by congress. the administration's argument isn't even a reasonable reading of section 215. if everything is relevant, then the term relevance ceases to have any legal significance. if congress intended to allow bulk collection, it would have authorized bulk collection. instead, we attempted to set limits on what the government could obtain. the administration's approach also subverts congressional intent because the fisc has abrogated its responsibility to determine whether the administration is entitled to access records. to the extent it has authorized them. the court was meant to be a neutral arbiter th
about this, ryan, sort of the going nuclear. tell us a little about your reporting. >> well, we have been hammering this since i guess about 2009 or so. you know, democrats, you know, were using 60 votes as the reason that they couldn't do "x," "y" and "z" and natural for people to push on why do you need 60 votes in harry reid was the fiercest defender for years and even as recently as 2012 he worked against efforts to, you know, to reform the filibuster. and beat back, you know, but he just got fed up and i think partly to do with the calendar because republicans have decided that they have a decent chance of taking back the senate. therefore, they're not going to approve anybody until 2014 and taking the senate then nobody until 2016 and that's intolerable. >> we have a graphic i want to show i don't terms of the number of clo cloture votes and 50% of all under president obama. i mean, that is pretty astounding. you know, clarence, of course the right called it an abuse of power and all of this. you know, not to mention they would have done it if they felt like they needed to but
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